Case of 2902 Pte T Kennersley, Lancashire Fusiliers, who was allowed the King's Medal. Kennersley disembarked at Capetown from Durban, did 4 days duty and re-embarked at Cape Town and left for England in Mohawke 1/1/02. Paper marked Important and PA 6/3/14.
Title: District Mounted Troops and Town Guards re King's Medal
Not entitled to King's Medal who were merely in defence of their homes; but in 1906/68/SA8049 it was decided that the King's Medal might be granted to any individual member of a South African Colonial Corps (provided the 18 months was service could be shown) on continuous pay in a force which was liable to be ordered on active service beyond the borders of the magisterial district in which its Headquarters were situated whither by an Imperial officer or not. 68/SA/3479 (1916).
A King's Medal roll for the Frontier Light Horse dated 30th June 1906 containing 21 names and signed by E Brande for Under Colonial Secretary, Cape Town, as the signature of CO unobtainable was afterwards received.
Sorry, I must have missed this one before. There is an unnamed QSA with 24 bars which is currently in the Sydney "Powerhouse" Museum. It used to be on display in the old Sydney Mint building and I lusted over it several times!!!!! Eventually, I did run into one with the full 26 bars, however. I note that your "page 51" note says "two medals" and I think that it may refer to sample QSA and KSA.